Tag: Coronavirus

Income Loss

What Can You Do if You Experience a Loss of Income?

Experiencing a loss in income is an extremely stressful event that will leave you feeling lost and worried about the future. But you don’t have to do it alone — there are tools and resources available to make your situation manageable as you get back on track. If you have loans at SESLOC, see what… Read more »

Small business owner SBA loans

COVID-19: Special Business Loan and Federal Government Disaster Assistance Programs

Edited September 10, 2020 We care about our members, businesses and the communities we serve. That’s why we’re here to help. We have options for payment deferrals and access to Federal Government Disaster Assistance Programs for small businesses. We will all get through this together! Business Vehicle and Term Loan Payment Deferrals To defer* eligible Business Vehicle and Term Loan… Read more »

From Your CEO — Spring 2020

This note is being written on March 25, and the one thing I know is that our situation will likely be different the day you are reading this. News and caution regarding the COVID-19 pandemic has grown and changed every day. These are unsettling times that we haven’t experienced before. For perspective, I’d like to… Read more »

Bear Markets Come and Go

Bear Markets Come and Go

ASK A FINANCIAL PLANNER The longest bull market in history lasted almost 11 years before coronavirus fears and the realities of a seriously disrupted U.S. economy brought it to an end. If you are losing sleep over volatility driven by a cascade of disheartening news, it may help to remember that the stock market is… Read more »

Online Educational Resources for Youth

Fun Online Tools to Teach Kids about Money [Includes Printable Downloads]

Financial education is important, and it’s never too early to start. At SESLOC, we make learning fun with activities to help your kids learn the value of money and the importance of growing their savings. Help them develop habits now for a lifetime of financial wellness. Check back to see what’s new! For Kids: Fun… Read more »

Loan Support

Special Loan Assistance Programs for Members in Need due to COVID-19

We understand that the rapidly changing COVID-19 pandemic is negatively affecting our members and we want to help. For members who are experiencing difficulty making their loan payments, we have a simple and streamlined process to request to defer payments on eligible mortgage and consumer loans. Plus, we are offering low-rate emergency loans. Please visit our… Read more »

Cybersecurity

Fraud Advisory: Scammers Exploiting COVID-19 Crisis

SESLOC is committed to safeguarding the physical and financial health of our members, staff and communities. During this vulnerable time, scammers and cyber criminals may try to take advantage of your concerns related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. They may offer you fake products, medical advice, create fake charities, or compel you to click a… Read more »

SESLOC Partners With SLO Children's Museum to Provide Busy Box

SESLOC Partnering With SLO Children’s Museum to Provide “Busy Boxes” for Families

Update 3/19/2020: Due to the shelter-in-place guidelines for San Luis Obispo county, the San Luis Obispo Children’s Museum will not be able to distribute more boxes as it’s not an essential service. We’d like to thank the hard working staff for making all of the boxes! SESLOC has partnered with the San Luis Obispo Children’s… Read more »

Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Steps we are taking to keep you and your money safe.

We take the health and safety of our members, guests and staff very seriously. As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread throughout the world, we want to share some of the actions SESLOC is taking to help protect you, our loyal members, and our staff during this concerning time. Please check this page and our… Read more »

Coronavirus Concerns?

Coronavirus Concerns? Consider Past Health Crises

ASK A FINANCIAL PLANNER During the last week of February 2020, the S&P 500 lost 11.49% — the worst week for stocks since the 2008 financial crisis — only to jump by 4.9% on the first Monday in March.¹ By all accounts, the drop was largely driven by ever-increasing fears about the potential effects of… Read more »